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In September 2010 the ICC suspended three Pakistan players - Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt - on allegations of what was later defined as spot-fixing. They were alleged to have carried out specific on-field actions, including bowling no-balls at pre-determined times, during the Lord's Test against England on the instance of a bookie. The three were later handed long bans by the ICC before the matter moved to the British Crown courts, where all three were convicted and sentenced to spells of detention.
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Jan 29, 2015

Amir allowed to return to Pakistan domestic cricket

News: Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been allowed to return to domestic cricket under the auspices of the PCB with immediate effect

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jan 29, 2015

I believe cricket suffered because of me - Amir

News: Mohammad Amir, the Pakistan fast bowler, always believed his second chance in cricket would come and that he has what it takes to make a strong comeback

Umar Farooq

Jan 23, 2015

Amir set for return to cricket

News: Mohammad Amir, the banned fast bowler, could start playing competitive cricket as early as next month, with the ICC is set to approve his reintegration following a revised anti-corruption code

Umar Farooq and David Hopps

Nov 19, 2014

Pakistan should not welcome Amir back

Guest Column: The serene team culture cultivated by Misbah and his men shouldn't be allowed to be disrupted by a player with a tainted past

Ramiz Raja

Nov 13, 2014

PCB urges Butt, Asif to come clean

News: Shaharyar Khan, the PCB chairman, has urged banned cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif to come clean about their role in the 2010 spot-fixing controversy, to push their case for an early return to cricket

Umar Farooq

Nov 10, 2014

Players could return early from corruption bans

News: The ICC has approved changes to its anti-corruption code which will allow banned players to return to domestic cricket before the end of their penalty if they meet certain criteria

ESPNcricinfo staff

Apr 18, 2014

PCB to hold probe over cricketers playing with Kaneria

News: he Pakistan Cricket Board will conduct an internal investigation after a few national players participated in exhibition T20 matches in the United States of America alongside banned legspinner Danish Kaneria

ESPNcricinfo staff

Dec 22, 2013

Pakistan's Streltsov question

The Cordon: Can Asif and Amir be compared to the Russian wunderkind who returned to professional football after a seven-year gap?

Hassan Cheema

Sep 26, 2013

Westfield breaks spot-fixing silence

News: Mervyn Westfield, the former Essex cricketer, has spoken publically for the first time about the chain of events which led to him receive a prison sentence for spot-fixing

David Hopps

Aug 19, 2013

Video Asif ready to talk to the ICC about spot-fixing

News and Analysis: Banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif is taking his rehabilitation forward after formally admitting to his role in spot-fixing

Aug 19, 2013

Asif shares spot-fixing details with PCB

News: Mohammad Asif, the former Pakistan fast bowler, has had a meeting with the PCB's vigilance and anti-corruption department to share information related to the spot-fixing saga

Umar Farooq

Aug 14, 2013

Asif confesses to spot-fixing

News: Mohammad Asif, the former Pakistan fast bowler, has publicly confessed to his part in spot-fixing during the Lord's Test in 2010 and hopes to make amends in order to revive his international career.

Umar Farooq

Aug 1, 2013

Video Spot-fixing: Back in the spotlight

News and Analysis: A look at the latest developments regarding the IPL spot-fixing and betting case, and what it means for the BCCI in the backdrop of its impending elections

Jul 1, 2013

Amir could be allowed PCB training facilities

News: A five-member ICC sub-committee will look into relaxing certain conditions of the five-year ban imposed on Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir after the spot-fixing scandal of 2010

Umar Farooq

Jun 28, 2013

Butt admits to fixing, apologises

News: Salman Butt, the banned former Pakistan captain, has publically admitted to his part in spot-fixing for the first time and issued an apology

Umar Farooq

Apr 23, 2013

Butt, Asif asked to admit fixing

News: Dave Richardson, the ICC's chief executive, has urged banned Pakistan duo Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt to "publicly accept their parts" in corruption and to cooperate with the ICC's anti-corruption and security unit

Umar Farooq

Apr 23, 2013

Butt ready to begin rehabilitation process

News: Salman Butt, the former Pakistan captain, has indicated his availability to PCB to take part in an anti-corruption rehabilitation program, ESPNcricinfo has learned

Umar Farooq

Apr 18, 2013

Ashraf suggests route back for Butt and Asif

News: Zaka Ashraf, the PCB chairman, has suggested that the playing futures of Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif will be determined by form when they have served their ICC bans

Umar Farooq

Apr 17, 2013

CAS rejects Butt, Asif appeals against ICC ban

News: The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected the appeal of Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif against the ICC bans they received in 2011 for their part in the spot-fixing scandal

Umar Farooq

Apr 17, 2013

Butt still aims to play again

News: Salman Butt, the former Pakistan captain, has accepted that he will now have to serve the rest of his ICC ban

Umar Farooq

Apr 11, 2013

Westfield faces Kaneria appeal summons

News: Mervyn Westfield has been issued with a summons from the High Court in London compelling him to appear at Danish Kaneria's ECB disciplinary appeal

George Dobell

Mar 7, 2013

ECB could face Kaneria damages claim

News: The ECB could face a claim for "very substantial damages" from Danish Kaneria, the banned Pakistan legspinner, after it emerged that its main witness against him continues to refuse to appear at the appeal hearing

George Dobell

Nov 14, 2011

Audio 'National boards must lead fight against corruption'

Time Out: In one of his last recordings, Peter Roebuck, who died on November 12, joined Harsha Bhogle and Osman Samiuddin to discuss the challenges for players and administrators in the aftermath of the spot-fixing convictions

Nov 3, 2011

Audio The tip of the fixing iceberg?

Switch Hit: Butt, Asif and Amir are sent to prison after being found guilty in the spot-fixing trial. Is this the end or are there further revelations? Should the ICC do more?

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